EA Games Mass Effect

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EA Games Mass Effect
  • EA Games Mass Effect
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  • EA Games Mass Effect


  • Eliminates most of the major problems of the 360 version; gameplay is just as good


  • Has minor problems of its own that keep it from being just about perfect

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It's got some problems — but if you don't own the Xbox 360 version, you should definitely give it a go.

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